Therapeutic Intervention in a Continuous Shared Traumatic Reality: An Example from the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict

@article{Lavi2015TherapeuticII,
  title={Therapeutic Intervention in a Continuous Shared Traumatic Reality: An Example from the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict},
  author={T. Lavi and O. Nuttman-Shwartz and R. Dekel},
  journal={British Journal of Social Work},
  year={2015},
  volume={47},
  pages={919-935}
}
Growing political instability around the world has exposed an increasing numberof communities to military conflict. Social workers and other mental health professionals who work as trauma workers, and who both live and practise within these communities, are doubly exposed: directly and indirectly, personally and professionally. The present study examined theconsequencesontrauma workersandonthetherapeuticprocess itselfofworking ina continuousSharedTraumaticReality… Expand

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